Since our very first meeting, I knew these two would be the perfect couple to work with. I loved their honest and super down-to-earth personalities. Their wedding day was full of true celebrations with close family and friends. They had a wonderful and intimate wedding at the L’ouvrier which is such a cool and unique spot in downtown Toronto. Everything was so light, relaxed and fun and you can see it all from the images below. You can also learn more about Pamela’s inspiration behind her wedding day on the bottom of this post! :)
From the bride…
1. What was the inspiration for your wedding, the style/color/scheme?
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I wanted clean and simple so I choose all white flowers with lots of rich green foliage and accents of gold
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2. Why did you choose your wedding venue?
I had actually never been to our venue before I started planning our wedding but since it opened I knew I wanted to get married there. It is industrial without being cold and modern without being too hipster.
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3. What was your favorite wedding moment?
Of course marrying my best friend ;) I really loved standing at the alter and looking out at all the smiling faces of our friends and family from near and far that came to celebrate with us. My least favorite part was when my daughter tried to pull my hair out while I was holding her during the ceremony.
4. Any advice for engaged couples planning their wedding?
It is one day in the rest of your lives, don’t take it too seriously. It goes by in a blur and you want to remember the happy moments not the stressful ones.